The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends for babies to get their breast milk exclusively for the first 6 months of their life. Afterward, you can combine breast milk with solid foods until they are a year old.
We know how exciting and nerve-wracking it is once your baby is ready for solid foods. You probably did your research about which foods to give and what recipes you can make at home.
But babies can’t digest foods as easily compared to adults. That is why we have to blend and puree the ingredients first. You might think of purchasing a baby food maker, but did you know that there are blenders in the market that are perfect for making baby food?
To give you a basis, we have reviewed 10 best blenders for baby food, each with their own advantages and disadvantages. We also wrote various information in our buyer’s guide to help you further in your quest to find the best unit.
Best Blender for Baby Food Comparison Table
|Product||Power (W)||Additions (other than the blending container, blending blade, and motor base)||Capacity of Container/s|
Combined Steamer and Blender
|Breville BSB510XL||280||Chopper bowl and whisk attachment||25 oz and 42 oz|
|Cuisinart CSB-76W||200||Blending beaker||16 oz|
|Hamilton Beach Bebe||220||Blending beaker with lid||N/A|
|Oster BVCB07-R00-FFP||1000||N/A||48 oz|
|Magic Bullet Baby Bullet||200||Silicone freezer tray, milling blade, smaller blending cup with lid, 6 storage cups with lids, tray, and spatula||2 oz, 32 oz|
|Braun MultiQuick 5||350||Freezer tray, chopper bowl, milling blade, beaker, and rubber spatula||20 oz, 12 oz|
|KitchenAid KHB2351CU||200||Whisk attachment, chopper bowl, and storage bag||20 oz, 24 oz|
|Nuby Garden||200||Steaming basket, milling blade, freezer tray, 6 storage cups with lids, 2 spoons, and a spatula||N/A|
|KOIOS||800||Whisk attachment, chopper bowl, and mixing beaker||16.9 oz, 20.3 oz|
Best Blender for Baby Food Reviews
Philips AVENT – Best for Multi-Tasking
Food processors are attractive kitchen gadgets because you can cook your ingredients in them, and at the same time, they can grind/puree them for you. There are even some models that have additional features like bottle warming and sterilizing!
However, you can think of our first unit similar to a food processor but without the bells and whistles. The AVENT combined baby food steamer and blender from Philips sounds like a multi-tasking parent’s dream, but is it worth purchasing?
Small Kitchen Footprint
If you have limited countertop space, you’ll appreciate this model with a base measuring 6.5 inches. You are also not going to have any problems fitting it inside or under cabinets for storage because it is only less than 12.2 inches in height. For its weight, this is one of the lightweight models in this review at 4.4 lbs. That is pretty impressive considering it can steam and cook.
The AVENT has a volume capacity of 15.2 oz, it isn’t too small or too large, but with this size, you can’t put whole ingredients or large chunks of veggies inside. You have to prepare them beforehand and cut into smaller pieces to get a nice even texture.
The overall design of the model is very minimalistic, with a single knob as its control. There are only three symbols which are for turning the device off, steaming, and blending. Inside the lid, you will find a membrane with pores where the steam comes out. And at the other end, there is a 2-prong blade for blending.
When blending or steaming, you can turn the device off manually, or let its timer alert you once your food is ready. You can use the recipe booklet that comes with the AVENT as your guide, including the amount of water that you’ll put in its tank.
The Drawback for Steaming
The water tank volume for its steaming function is 6.8 oz and you since this device also comes with a measuring cup, you can use that to know the amount of water that you’ll put in the reservoir for a specific ingredient. But what we don’t like is the size of the reservoir opening.
Steam and Flip to Blend
After steaming, you can flip the pitcher down (lid side down) and turn the knob towards “blend.” You can only hold it for as long as 30 seconds, depending on how tough your ingredient is or how fine your desired consistency is. For safety, the device will also not start if the lid and bowl aren’t correctly attached to the base.
If we could add a feature we want in blending, it would be a separate timer or a safety feature that will automatically turn the device off to prevent the motor from overheating. Otherwise, you have to count to 30 seconds yourself manually. We should also note that you have to wait at least 10 minutes to cool the motor off before using it for steaming again.
Overall, we do not have any problems with its steaming and blending ability. The jar is also BPA-free, so you don’t have to worry about it contacting the food. AVENT is an incredibly useful device with the idea of fewer dishes to wash because you’re steaming and blending in one place. You can also multi-task and do other things since it has a timer.
Breville BSB510XL – Best Container-Safe Immersion Blender
Our next product is the Breville BSB510XL Control Grip Immersion Blender. Did you know that you can do most baby food recipes even with an immersion blender? Immersion blenders or hand blenders can give you the benefit of less cleanup and less danger of transferring hot food to another container. The reason is because you can put the shaft directly to the pot/container in contrast to food processors or upright blenders.
Comes with a Bowl, Jug, and Whisk
The BSB510XL Control Grip is 8 inches long, and with this, you can put it even in deep pots or containers. But upon purchasing, you will also get a 25-oz chopper bowl and a 42-oz blending jug. We should also mention that Breville includes a whisk that you can attach to the rod. The whisk is a useful attachment so that you can do other recipes like desserts for the family and not just baby food.
From the name of the product itself, “control” grip, Breville designed this hand blender to be ergonomic. You grip the rubberized handle with four fingers under the single-button trigger with your index finger wrapped around the indentation right before the trigger. We love this design because it doesn’t put any strain to the wrist and fingers, and it keeps your grip stable. Speaking of stability, the blending jug also has a lid to stabilize the container when you blend.
Whether it’s pasta or broccoli, the BSB510XL Control Grip can chop and puree it thanks to its bell-shaped base with 1.88-inch two-prong blade. Because it is bell-shaped, the food will automatically fold onto the blades to prevent suctioning and lessen the need for manual up and down movements.
Suctioning can make your blending difficult because you’re trying to get a steady circular pattern for a nice, even blend. You can also use this immersion blender without any worries that it’ll scratch your favorite pot because it’s base feels soft to touch. And as we have mentioned earlier, since it prevents suction, it will also prevent damage on Teflon cookware.
Full Control with Some Drawbacks
As we have mentioned earlier, besides the whisk, you are also going to get two containers with the immersion blender. The 25-oz chopper bowl has a two-prong blade that is perfect for grinding meat and grains. You can put it inside the 42-oz blending jug so that you can hold the handle for better control.
Speaking of control, the blender also gives you 15 speed settings at the top dial so you can get your desired texture no matter the ingredient. We appreciate this positioning and the single-button trigger, so you don’t accidentally lower or raise the speed when you’re using it. We should also mention that you can’t change your speed as you are blending.
During use, you might still feel a bit of suction, and we think it’s also quite inconvenient since you have to give the device some rest every 15 seconds to prevent the motor from overheating.
For cleaning, you can save time because all of the pieces except the motor, chopper blade, chopper lid, and whisk gearbox are top-shelf dishwasher-safe. However, a drawback we found was when you’re releasing the rod from the motor; you need to squeeze both sides of the tube with some effort.
Cuisinart CSB-76W SmartStick – Best User-Friendly Blender
The next unit we have is another stick blender, but this time, it’s from Cuisinart. The CSB-76W SmartStick comes with a quiet 200-watt motor and 2-cup mixing beaker. And similar to the previous device, it utilizes one button for turning it on or off.
You can blend or pulse without the need to switch multiple buttons. With the CSB-76W, you just press and hold to pulse and blend, then release the switch to stop. What about the handle? Holding the blender is okay, there is a slight curve in its body so you can grip it comfortably. The button also feels good to press, and because it is large, you will not get fatigued quickly.
Design Loop Holes
The blending end of this blender is flower-like where a stainless housing partially surrounds a similarly stainless 2-prong blade. We think that you can maximize its full blending capacity if you add some up and down motions as you use it.
Easy to Disassemble
A feature we like in this unit is how effortless it is to remove the shaft from the motor. Unlike the Breville, there is a release button at the back of this model that you can press to detach the shaft without the need to squeeze the release button long.
Included in this model is also a 2-cup beaker with measurements. It has a curve in its body as well, and there is a pouring spout, so whatever you blend inside, you can pour it to another container without the mess. It is also microwave and dishwasher safe for easy cleaning/disinfecting.
This immersion blender is relatively easy to clean, with just wiping the motor with a damp cloth and handwashing the blending shaft (or placing it in the dishwasher.)
Hamilton Beach Bebe – Best Gift Idea
This unit from Hamilton Beach looks like your typical hand blender at a glance. It has a bell-shaped blending tip similar to the Breville unit we reviewed, except that Hamilton Beach’s is rounder. It comes with a dishwasher-safe beaker with a lid that you can use to stabilize it if you use it as a blending container.
The handle looks very simple, with no noticeable curve. In terms of weight, it’s under 3 pounds and to get an idea of its size, it measures at 9.1 x 7.9 x 5.2 inches. For portability, this hand blender has a 5-foot cord. We also like that the wire joint feels durable.
The Bebe hand blender has two buttons for high and low-speed settings. The buttons are comfortably placed at the handle as well. How does it blend? Well, this hand blender utilizes a 225-watt motor, but the high setting isn’t as powerful with the other units in this review.
However, it does the job well with soft ingredients for baby food like bananas, avocados, and even slightly tough ones like boiled carrots.
The beaker that it comes with is dishwasher safe, and with the rest of the parts, you can clean with a damp cloth. But do make sure that you have dried everything properly afterward.
All in all, the Hamilton Beach 59756 Bebe Hand Blender is a great gift idea for any parent. It is very straightforward and does the job done with your typical baby food ingredients. However, our complaint is that the motor tends to get hot quickly, so we advise you to check the manual about it’s recommended blending time.
Oster BVCB07-R00-FFP – Best Powerful Upright Blender for Baby Food
Up next is the only upright blender in our review, the Reverse Crush Counterforms from Oster. You might have seen this blender in reviews for ice crushing so there is no doubt that it can handle baby food ingredients from grains to fibrous greens.
Takes Up Space But…
For the countertop footprint, expect it to take some space at 8.6 x 10.2 x 13.8 inches in diameter. It is also going to be heavier at 9.2 pounds. However, we like that it has backlit buttons that are well marked. The blender gives you a choice of 3 speeds, high and low settings for pulse, preset programs labeled as frozen drink and chop, stop, and on/off buttons.
For making baby food, you can manually blend as you like using the speed and pulse selection. But do take note that the Reverse Crush function of this model only works in the preset Frozen Drinks program.
To give you an idea on why it is called Reverse Crush Counterforms, the model has a 6-prong blade with 4 facing up and 2 facing down. The blender then moves them in alternating forward and backward direction that makes this blender great for making smoothies.
Powerful But Loud
As we have mentioned earlier, this upright blender is powerful and can make baby food with various ingredients easily; it is marketed for ice after all. It has a 1000-watt base, but a 600-watt blending power so expect it to be loud. Therefore, this device may not be ideal if you have a baby sleeping in the next room, so we think this is the drawback for its power.
We also like how everything that touches food is BPA-free, even the lid! And the pitcher itself is a Boroclass glass jar; this means it is stress-resistant to cold or hot temperature. This feature is particularly useful when you want to blend freshly-cooked food immediately without having to worry about damaging the jar for long-term.
Lastly, because of its blending capacity, the blender is going to move, but you don’t need to worry about it falling off the counter because it has a grip thanks to its rubber base.
And when it comes to cleaning, the pitcher and blades are dishwasher safe, or you can opt to wash them by hand. However, you have to be careful in removing the blades because they are sharp.
Magic Bullet Baby Bullet Baby Care System – Editor’s Choice
The next blender for baby food in our list is from Magic Bullet, the Baby Bullet. Out of all the models in this review, this particular unit has the cutest-looking design. It looks similar to other Magic Bullet blenders except it’s in green and yellow with a smiley face on the front. If you have a baby-themed room, this blender won’t be out of place.
The blender itself weighs 6 pounds and has a size of 12 x 10.6 x 9 inches. Upon purchasing, you will get a 4-cup bowl, its base, a silicone batch tray and two types of blades; for blending and milling. But these aren’t the only ones you’ll get; the Baby Bullet also includes a smaller cup with a resealable lid, 6 storage cups, a tray, and a spatula.
Operating the Baby Bullet is easy, similar to other Bullet models; all you have to do is push the bowl or cup down and twist it out to stop. However, pulsing was quite awkward, and it takes some practice to hold and push the base counterclockwise.
We should also note that this blender does not turn off automatically, and there is no timer, so it’s up to you on how long you’re going to puree. Do take note that the motor tends to get hot after around 25 seconds to make sure you give it some rest to avoid burning it out.
Puree or Mill
As we have mentioned earlier, the blender comes with two blades, one for blending and one for milling. Both of them works well, the milling blade gives fine results from rice, oats, and grains, while the blending blade, on the other hand, works well with boiled veggies and soft meat. You have to blend longer for roughage-like veggies such as broccoli, and you can cut the meat into smaller pieces to give it some help.
The blender also needs some help during blending because it cannot create a vortex strong enough to suck the ingredients back towards the blade. You have to stop a couple of times and push the food at the sides of the container down the blade. These extra “help” can be time-consuming if you’re used to “blend and go.”
For your safety, the blender will not start if it’s not correctly attached to the base. Sadly the rubber part under the blade looks weak.
Make Baby Food in Advance
But if you don’t need to make a large batch of baby food, you can use the smaller 2-ounce cup. You don’t have to transfer it in another storage container because it already has a resealable lid.
Speaking of storage, the Bullet Baby comes with a silicone batch tray. You can put different kinds of puree in this tray, place them in the freezer, and pop whichever one you need. This tray has 6 cups, each with a 2-ounce volume capacity.
Other great inclusions in this unit are the extra 6 storage cups. They also come with their own tip-proof tray to keep them organized and of course, avoid accidents and mess. But what’s unique with these cups are their lids that each has a dial. This way, you can put on the date on when you’ve made it or when you’re supposed to use it.
We also appreciate that the blending containers are made of BPA-free plastic. We think that even though it would be convenient to cook and blend in one container if you’re subjecting a plastic container to heat, you are also at risk in leached-out chemicals.
Rust-Free and Mold-Free
How is Bullet Baby when it comes to cleaning? You can either hand wash or place them in the dishwasher. This blender has no crevices or hard-to-reach areas, so you don’t have to worry about it accumulating mold or rust.
Braun MultiQuick 5 Baby Hand Blender – Best for Mess-Free Food Prep
The next blender we have also allows you to freeze portions of baby food for future use. The Braun MultiQuick 5 includes a flexible freezer tray with 9 pieces of 2.6-ounce portions. It also comes with a chopper, a milling blade, beaker, and a rubber spatula. Sets like this are great value for money because you can make use of other accessories without needing to purchase them separately.
Comfortable and Mess-Free
Let us take a look at the hand blender first. The material for the handle feels soft and are not slippery when gripped. At its end is the bell-shaped mixing head with a 2-prong blade. Braun utilizes an EasyClick feature, which allows you to remove the mixing end to the handle effortlessly. EasyClick is also the same feature that makes attachment of other accessories like the whisk (some units include them) easier.
Now, what about the usage? If you remembered earlier where we discussed suction, it can make blending difficult and potentially damaging to cookware. Immersion blenders, because of their shapes, particularly their “cup-like” ends, making them prone to creating suction at the base of the container that you’re blending in.
The suction will make it harder for you to control the directions of the blender, and it can also damage the pot as well. We should also mention that if you try to move the blender upwards quickly, you will just end up with a messy kitchen counter. But these aren’t problems for the MultiQuick 5. This model uses a unique SplashControl Technology because the food remains inside its bell-shaped head with the spinning 2-prong blade.
The quality of this device as a baby food maker is great because its 350 W motor is able to give 2 speed selections. The high setting is excellent for thick ingredients like avocado and other stubborn ingredients. You can select the speed with the 2 buttons at the handle.
Speaking of buttons, we like that you can start the device by pressing the top of the blender. These positioning of the controls gives you a comfortable experience as you blend.
Puree, Mill, Chop, Store
As we have mentioned earlier, you will also get an extra milling blade and a chopper. These additions are useful if you want to grind other ingredients to add some texture in the baby food. You can then take advantage of the included freezer tray and create big batches of food. However, since the tray is flimsy, be careful as it might spill as you walk.
Overall, this is a great unit if you’re looking for something that includes some useful additions and can deliver the results you want for the baby food.
For a faster cleanup, the parts are dishwasher-safe as well. However, a drawback we have is the space where the blending rod attaches to the handle. Food can get into this space, and it’s hard to reach inside.
KitchenAid KHB2351CU – Best Value for Money
Do you need a unit that includes other accessories similar to the previous ones we’ve reviewed but at a lesser cost? You might want to take a look at this 3-speed hand blender from KitchenAid.
This model comes with a whisk attachment, a chopper with lid, blending jar with lid, and a storage bag. Do take note that the bag is not that big to store all of the parts, but if you want to keep the lids, attachments, and adapters neatly, then it’s useful.
The hand blender itself weighs only 4 pounds and the blending rod measures at 8 inches, a good size for deep pan usage. The blade inside the bell-shaped head is in an S-shape and works efficiently with ice cubes, so you have an idea that it will have no problem with baby food ingredients like boiled carrots and the like.
In terms of portability, it has a 5-foot power cord to give you enough “freedom” moving around. And while we’re at it, we should also mention that it has a non-slip handle with a nice curve so gripping it isn’t uncomfortable.
The blender has a single soft-touch button for turning it on/off, and since it’s a 3-speed model, you can select your chosen speed setting by rotating the knob at the tip of the handle. The speeds are noticeable and you if you want, you can use the included chopper for other ingredients like oats.
What we like with the KHB2351CU is it has thermal protection. This means the blender will automatically shut off if the motor overheats and you can rest if for 10 minutes before using it again.
Thermal protection is an excellent and perhaps, should become a must-have feature in our opinion because not only for our safety, but it also elongates the product’s lifespan.
A Feature That Leaves a Mark
Sadly, we have some drawbacks with this model. Unlike the previous Breville ControlGrip earlier, the blending head has no scratch guard. This means you have to be extra careful when working with certain cookwares to avoid damaging it.
On the one hand, the 5-speed variants of this model, the KHB2571 and the KHB2351, include removable pan guards. It would’ve been a nice addition if they have chosen to add pan guards with this model.
For cleaning, the bowls and attachments are top rack dishwasher safe, while the motor and the adapters for the attachments are not.
Nuby Garden Fresh Mighty Blender – A Budget-Friendly Baby Bullet Alternative
Our second to the last unit is the Nuby Garden Fresh Mighty Blender. By just looking at it, you’ll notice that it’s similar to our best choice, the Baby Bullet. Besides the blender’s look, this unit from Nuby Garden also allows you to make and store baby food in advance similar to Baby Bullet.
Make. Store. Feed.
But not just for storage, from making the food up to feeding it to your child, Nuby Garden completes the set. First, for making the food. You can’t cook the ingredients into this blender unlike the first model from Philips AVENT, however, what’s unique with Nuby Garden is it comes with a steaming basket. You can place this into a bigger-sized bowl and pop it in the microwave.
After letting the ingredients cool, you can place it in either the main blending bowl or in the smaller bowl if you don’t need a large batch. Similar to Baby Bullet, the blender also includes a blade for pureeing/blending and a blade of milling.
Both of these are useful, so you can create various textures for every meal and make it more enjoyable to your child. To use, just put the bowl onto the base and push. To create a silky smooth puree, hold the bowl in place with the time depending on the ingredient. If you want a chunkier result, pulse by making intervals as in holding the bowl in place. The set also has a spatula so you can scoop out the prepared food more efficiently inside the bowls.
Now, if you happen to have made too much or even if it’s on purpose, you can use the included 6 pieces storage cups with lids. Or if you want, put various flavors in the pop-out freezer tray and combine different tastes of baby food whenever you want.
Nuby Garden also includes 2 spoons with long handles which for us, are just bonuses. Although, they still can be useful so you can reach into the containers quickly as you tell your child, “the train is coming.”
Overall, this BPA-free unit is an excellent alternative to the Baby Bullet. However, some drawbacks we have is the tightness of the lid on the blending bowl. Make sure you have tightened it securely to prevent leaks and spills. You should also check if you have reattached the blade correctly after you cleaned it. Lastly, do take note that this unit is not dishwasher safe.
KOIOS Powerful 12-Speed Immersion Hand Blender – Best Affordable Unit
At under 4 pounds with a 5-foot cord, you can get good portability with this device. The handle of the hand blender is slip-proof, and accessing its controls is effortless. At the top is the 6-speed (x2) dial while you have two silicone buttons at the front: the power and speed turbo button. These buttons are soft to touch, but during usage, you have to hold the power button.
Sturdy and Quiet
The model has a bell-shaped blending head with an S-shaped blade inside. The rotary core fixes the blade in place, and it can hold it firmly even at high speed. Speaking of speed, impressively, this device produces less noise even at the 12th speed setting. This is a nice quality so you won’t take up your napping baby as you prepare his/her food. The unit also has a 600-ml beaker that you can use as an extra container.
If your child is able to consume a chunkier puree, you can use the included chopper bowl of Koios. This inclusion is fantastic, especially for this price point. And did you know that it also has a whisk attachment? This is particularly useful for making other recipes too!
For cleaning, the unit is dishwasher safe, of course, with the exception of the motor. Ejecting the attachment (whisk or blending rod) is also easy because it has a dedicated button for it.
Types of Blender for Baby Food
There are different types of blender per se, but the following are the ones typically used when it comes to preparing baby food.
Baby Food Mill
The food mill is the most affordable out of all these types. It is a mechanical device in which the rotation of the crank controls the speed of the blade.
The fact that you are manually operating it works both as an advantage and disadvantage. An advantage it has is portability. You can use it anywhere since it doesn’t depend on electricity and at the same time, you don’t have to recharge it after usage.
The disadvantage it has is for busy parents; it requires effort and time from you to process food. If you’re grinding/pureeing tough foods or fibrous veggies, you have to exert more force.
In contrast to the manually operated baby food mill, the immersion blender works using an electric motor. It’s easy to use since you hold it as you grind/blend, and because it is handheld, you will lessen the amount of dishes that you have to wash because you are only placing it in the food bowl/pot.
The food blender is probably what you already have in your kitchen right now. It’s the most expensive out of the three, but it has its advantages.
For example, an advantage it has over the immersion blender is some models offer a timer setting. Because it can time itself or shut itself off, you can leave it and do other things. A food blender is an excellent choice for multi-tasking parents.
Factors to Consider When Choosing a Blender for Baby Food
Like with any food appliance that you’re using, you have to be aware of the materials used in the baby food blender. Babies are more at risk when it comes to certain materials, that is why you have to be extra vigilant.
Make sure that the blender has no parts made with BPA, lead, phthalate, and PVC. These are some of the most common chemicals that, unfortunately, are common with food containers. They have the potential to leach out onto the food and can cause health issues.
How many batches of baby food are you going to do? If you’re the type who would rather make a large batch and store them for later, you can opt for blenders with big capacity. Making baby food in advance is a great help for busy parents because it lessens the time and effort that you need for every meal. However, it would be practical to choose a unit with smaller volume if you will make small batches for more efficient pureeing.
Power is important, especially when preparing baby food. Some days you might make a spinach puree, carrots on Tuesday, meat on Fridays. Because of the varying texture, you should opt for a device that can handle any type of food.
Ease of Use
Baby food blenders are supposed to make food preparation easy, so it should also mean that they are intuitive to use. Ideally, you should be able to operate them even with one hand whether it’s an immersion blender or an upright blender.
Upright blenders are going to save you time since you don’t need to support them in contrast to hand blenders that you have to guide the blending head onto the ingredients. But an advantage of immersion blenders is you can target the portions that aren’t blended well, not to mention you will also be saving dishes to wash as we have mentioned earlier.
Durability leads to practicality. The sturdier the device is, the more value you’ll get with your money because it will last you longer. But more than practicality, the durability of the device also affects your baby’s safety. For example, if the container is made of cheap plastic, it can chip, and bits can go onto the food. If the blades are weak, you will not get your desired texture.
To keep everything healthy, it is a must for the blender to be easy to clean. If the device has a lot of spaces and ridges, food can get into them and accumulate over time. This is potentially dangerous because it can harbor mold and bacteria which are no-nos when it comes to food preparation.
A blender, whether its sole purpose is to make baby food, or as an all-around kitchen tool, is a worthy investment. Therefore, you should read about which type of equipment is suitable for you and what model is going to deliver what you want.
Our top pick is the Baby Bullet Baby Care System from Magic Bullet. This blender may look like a cute personal smoothie blender, but it’s capable of giving you smooth purees or even well-milled grains. It also comes with other useful pieces of equipment such as a silicone batch tray, a smaller blending cup with a resealable lid, 6 storage cups, a tray, and a spatula.
Now, if you’re on a budget, you’ll like the KOIOS 12-speed immersion hand blender because it’s quiet, durable, and the unit comes with a whisk attachment, chopper bowl, and a mixing beaker.
Overall we have enjoyed doing this review, and we hope that you enjoyed reading it too. Be sure to check different healthy baby food recipes and don’t forget the tips that we have mentioned in our buyer’s guide.
If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to leave them below!